I clouted him round the head.
If the photocopier stops working just give it a clout.
Neil said you have real clout!
With the end of the Western Empire the Catholic Church gained even more clout.
Very silly. He hasn't got much clout in Whitehall, has he?
Rob - it's Rob who has the clout!
FEW megafauna are more charismatic than elephants, and that charisma gives them political clout.
Their new-found assertiveness was a product of both their growing economic weight and America's diminished clout.
The problem, for those who love freedom, is that the young lack political clout.
Garcia called on Puerto Ricans living on the mainland to exert their political clout.
Or maybe it's connected to the waning clout of unions and the power of employers.
Analysts say Asians lack the political clout of other groups such as African-Americans and Hispanics.
Esmeralda has some real clout on social media.
Neil was talking about how much clout you have with all your followers.
Their clout will continue to be limited: they cannot speak or vote.
Retailing, tourism, local transport: all these need some chaebol clout and efficiency.
Its strength in trade finance has so far failed to translate into clout in investment banking.
They enjoy growing clout in government. Yet civilian presidents take the rap when things go wrong.
It's the communities with the most political clout who decide where things can and can't be built.
I said, off with you. Do you need a clout on the ear to help your hearing?
They used their social clout to recruit Zoe, an impressionable girl, into their very own murder club.
Their bargaining clout may even allow them to suppress pay directly.